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Cairn Energy case: Centre pads up for appeal

After the company won an international arbitration tribunal ruling against India for levying taxes retrospectively, the centre will contest all cases filed by Cairn in various international courts.

Breaking loose: The fight against fake news, propaganda lies in the hands of fearless journalists

By Inderjit Badhwar The Modi government is not very different from others, in India as well as across the world, in trying to scuttle press freedom by attacking it from public pulpits, trying to c...

PM Modi’s vaccine diplomacy

In the spirit of collaboration, the prime minister has suggested a special visa scheme for Indian doctors and nurses so that they can travel quickly within the sub-continent to help with the pandemic as well as a regional air ambulance.

Priya Ramani case: The Power of Truth

The verdict in the defamation case against journalist Priya Ramani by former minister MJ Akbar has resulted in one of the more enlightened judgments in recent times. It is a huge shot in the arm against the virus of male sexual harassment.

Free Speech and the Brandenburg Test

With Indian courts having to deal with cases involving freedom of speech and alleged acts of sedition, it is pertinent to examine the “Brandenburg Test”, a landmark principle based on the US Constitution.

Exams are Like Festivals, Celebrate Them

The video of a senior official of the Delhi education department has raised the stress over exams. But with various initiatives by the centre to help students in pandemic times, exams can be faced with grit.

Four-day week, but when working 12 hours a day

Since the introduction of four labour codes, India’s concerted effort to promote flexible labour markets has been the subject of considerable debate.

Sedition: Supreme Court View

The sedition law, under which Gandhi and his freedom fighters were jailed, has been reviled and condemned as anachronistic and an imperialist hand-me-down. It has also been challenged in court. But it still flourishes.

What Will Jack Think

The job of teachers in the lives of their students can be profound. Like French philosopher Albert Camus, I too had kind, thoughtful and morally upright teachers whose influence guided me in my legal profession.

An Act of God, No Doubt, But Which One?

An admirable judgment from the Madras High Court relieved a trader from paying license fee during the lockdown and focuses on the “impossibility” of performance of the contract and sees it under the scanner of Article 14.

News Update

Delhi bus owners seek exemption from road tax, penalty

A Single-Judge bench of Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva has asked the counsel appearing for the respondent GNCTD to take a decision preferably within six weeks.
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